“Norris smiles softly."
Region : Kercha, Guji
Process : Natural
Variety : Ethiopian Hierloom
Elevation: 1,800-1,950 masl
Notes : Blackberry, Cranberry, Chocolate
Imported from our friends at Atlantic
Sakicha is a community in Kercha, Ethiopia which has been known for its vibrant natural processed coffees. This coffee was passionately produced and exported by Oboleyan Coffee, which was formed by brothers of the Edema Family. The third generation family of 29 brothers collaborates with over 600 farmers to provide training for excellent growing and harvesting practices at more than 20 privately-owned processing sites in Guji. We love the clean, and bright character of this coffee and find it to sparkle with berry-like flavors!
"King Louis likes to sleep in real late and eat lots of meatballs. In that order."
Region : Mantiqueira de Minas
Process : Pulped Natural
Variety : Yellow Bourbon, Acaia
Elevation: 1100-1525 masl
Notes : Almond, Citrus, Caramel
Sourced from our friends at Atlantic Specialty
This fun and beautifully processed coffee comes from Fazenda Moinho - a farm owned and ran by Robson Velila Martins who is known for producing excellent coffee in Brazil. Robson offers some of the greatest working conditions in the area, by employing a small and specialized team, who give a lot of care to detail. He also owns Alta Vista Farm, which many recognize for its award winning coffee. We look forward to share this mellow yet fruit-filled coffee with you!
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"Imagine a chilly spring picnic. Your sweetheart is wrapped to the chin in a quilt. You're eating brie on whole wheat, talking about current events. When the sun emerges, you pause. You close your eyes, quietly absorbing the warm and gorgeous Vitamin D. Your sweetheart hums joyfully. That's what this coffee tastes like."
You made it through the winter without complaining. With uplifting notes of apricot, honey, and melon, this spring blend praises your endurance and strength of character.
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